Classical Chinese Digital Database4.0

Welcome to Shuhai Wenyuan 4.0, a project of the
University of Hawai'i, Department of Philosophy.

New Version! Check the versions page for details.

Shuhai Wenyuan provides academically rigorous texts and tools in an innovative Worktable format to facilitate the reading, researching, and understanding of ancient Chinese philosophy.

The content of Shuhai Wenyuan is generously contributed by the following:

Chinese University of Hong Kong Chinese Ancient Texts Center: Concordance series of classical Chinese texts.  
Edwin Pulleyblank and the University of British Columbia Press: Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar.
Charles Muller: CJKV-English Dictionary.  
William Baxter: reconstructions of Old Chinese pronunciations.  
Michael Loewe, the Society for the Study of Early China, and the Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley: Early Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide.
John DeFrancis, the University of Hawai'i Press, and Tom Bishop of Wenlin Institute: pinyin pronunciations and modern definitions from ABC Chinese-English Dictionary

Shuhai Wenyuan is established under funding from the following organizations:

Himalaya Foundation
National Science Foundation's Digital Libraries Initiative, Phase II (grant no. 9910808).

Jesse Cheng Foundation

University Research Council, University of Hawai'i

Current status of books at Shuhai Wenyuan.

Updated 12/7/06